If you have a laptop with the SiS M672MX, you’ll be sadened to know that there are no official drivers for Windows XP. However, you’ll be glad to know that I have got some drivers for Windows XP – I found them on my laptops driver disk but I’m pretty sure they work on any Windows XP computer, as long as you’re trying to run it with a SiS M672MX.
I’ve uploaded them to GEEK! so you can download them here on GEEK! exclusively.
Please note: GEEK! does NOT accept liability for any damage – both hardware or software – by use of these drivers. If they do not work, please uninstall them and return to what you were previously using.
If you’re ready to try them out, click the link below:
Download here – approx. 17MB
Once downloaded, simply extract the ZIP and run the setup.exe file in the VGA folder and follow the instructions on-screen.
If they work, leave a comment and let the readers of GEEK! know! 🙂
It’s not like it’s a huge issue, but the lack of driver updates from SiS (Silicon Integrated Systems) is becoming a little annoying. I have a SiS M672MX graphics chipset in my laptop which hasn’t been updated by SiS in nearly 6 months, which I find a little bit of a pain. I mean, the card works fine and I have no problems with it in XP or Vista, but don’t you think I would at least here some news or something for SiS?
My main PC uses an ATI Radeon card, and I almost can’t keep up with the updates that ATI release for the card. They seem to release a new driver once a month (sometimes even more often) which is more than enough.
I’m not sure whether to think that there are no updates for the chipset because it just doesn’t need them or because SiS can’t be bothered to update it.
And it’s not just my card that isn’t being updated. In fact, (at the time of writing) the last update issued was on the 2nd of October 2008. I’m not complaining, but it just makes me feel a little neglected. SiS seem to rarely ever update their website, and it just gets to the point where its just a teeny bit annoying.
I might get in contact with SiS and find out some sort of reasoning as to why there’s been very little news from SiS.